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Andrea’s inspiration derives for her love, passion and appreciation for nature and animals. She paints or draws it as she envisage it sometimes through abstracts or fine art.
A multi-award winning artist published in National and International magazines and chosen to create commissioned artworks.
Andrea Marriette creates figurative surreal artworks where her vision is to connect humanity more with nature in one artwork. Here she starts with a mood board and plays around with colour combinations before mapping it out on canvas.
“I see beauty all around me in nature and understand there is a purpose to every living organism. The human connection, care and respect for these is vital to the survival of mankind.”
After leaving high school she attended University for visual art and design, understanding different techniques and studying the history of the Masters.
Over the years she has painted murals in restaurants and kids bedrooms, designed and created artworks to decorate office spaces in Sydney and Melbourne, and also had 8 paintings published in National and International magazines. Many of her artworks have been commissioned and sold throughout Australia, USA and Europe.
In 2015 Andrea cast aside her current career in admin to focus on her ever growing enthusiasm and true love; visual arts.
“In my early childhood years my favourite past time was to paint or draw, I absolutely loved it. Back then I always had the desire that my future career was to be a full-time visual artist and now I have finally made that dream a reality. To me it really doesn’t matter what the subject is, what matters is with each brush stroke, that is when I have the most serene moments in life.”
Andrea sees inspiration all around her and her list is always expanding. But most of her artworks are centred around of her love and appreciation for nature, birds, insects, animals and plants.
With nature she’s instantly drawn into the colours, textures and patterns. She then paints it as she envisage it through abstracts. With birds, insects, animals, plants and the occasional landscape she applies traditional fine art, carefully measuring and mapping out the artwork to make sure the perspective and ratios are correct. Mixing colours to match and understanding the direction of the light.